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16:03 Gnosticisms o Dualism o Inner light of spirit o Secret, special knowledge Marcion 144 ce o Inferior God of OT vs. supreme God of NT (Gnostic dualism) o Rejected OT and any writings favorable to OT o Sparked controversy that led to orthodox consideration of “canon” Arianism 300 ce o Jesus was quasi-divine, created within time by Father o Jesus-model for ust o follow, basis of Christian hope o Refuted by Athanasius Docetism- Jesus only seemd to have body Adoptionism – Jesus not eternal, but divinized by God Nestorianism 431 – Christ’s humanity and divinity joined by moral union, not 
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Unformatted text preview: ontological union (God didnt live and die and rise) Monophysitism 451 Stressed supremacy of divine in Jesus (Christ was from 2 natures, but not in 2 natures) 100-300 Rapid growth, persecution, martyrdom Concern with theological uniformity 4 th century 313 edict of Milan 325 Council of Nicaea 381 Official state religion of Roman Empire 451 Concil of Chalcedon o Jesus = fully human, fully divine, one substance with the Father 16:03 16:03...
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